STARX Fish Emulsion Fertiliser is a premier organic fertiliser, with N-P-K of 9-2-6. It is used primarily for its nitrogen content, but is also helpful as a mineral supplement, since it contains appreciable amounts of Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sulfur (S), Chlorine (Cl) and Sodium (Na). It helps the microflora of the soil, feeding beneficial bacteria and contributing to improved soil structure. Other features: * Helps supply the essential primary plant nutrients needed for the development of green foliage, vigorous root systems and solid plant structure * Outstanding fertiliser for potted plants, house plants, fruit trees, shade trees, ornamentals, flowers, grapes, berries and vegetables You may expect deep green foliage, vigorous growth, sturdy stems, nutrient healthy root systems, abundant harvest and many blossoms with the use of this product. Directions for Use: Shake Well: ingredients may separate during storage. Avoid excess heat in storage. Apply only when diluted with water in accordance with directions. Do not store mixed solution. Application Frequency: Apply every 2-3 weeks (14 days to 21 days) during the growing season of the recommended rates Annuals and bedding plants, bulbs, vegetables and herbs: Mix 5ml - 10ml per 1 litre of water Perennials, roses, vines, berries: Mix 15ml - 20ml per 1 litre of water Shrubs: Mix 10ml to 15ml per 1 litre of water Root vegetables: Mix 5ml to 10ml per 1 litre of water Container outdoor plants: Mix 5ml - 10ml per 1 litre of water Indoor plants, large: During the growing season, mix 5ml - 10ml per 1 litre of water. Water plants as usual Indoor plants, flowering: During the growing season, mix 5ml - 10ml per 1 litre of water. Water plants as usual Trees: Mix 15ml - 20ml per 1 litre of water Total Nitrogen ---------------------------------- 9.0% Available Phosphate (P2O5) ------------ 2.0% Soluble Potash (K20) ------------------------ 6.0%
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